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A CLOUDED SEASON
BIRCHWOOD’S BEST. Carson McIntyre takes to the water for Birchwood County Club during last Thursday evening’s road Nash-Halifax Swim League meet against backyard rival Nash Rec.
A CLOUDED SEASON

NASHVILLE -- Weather has proven to be the most challenging opponent this summer for the Nash-Halifax Swim League’s four squads.
Nash Rec and Birchwood met last Thursday to close out regular season action, but the meet was interrupted by storms and wasn’t finished.

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Southern Stars Excel In Game
BEST OF THE BEST. (L to R) Southern Nash’s Corey Schulz and Deon Lavender took part in the annual East-West All-Star Football Game last Wednesday night. The event was held at Jamieson Stadium on the campus of Greensboro Grimsley High School.
Southern Stars Excel In Game

GREENSBORO -- One more time.
That was the theme -- at least from a Southern Nash perspective -- during last Wednesday’s East-West All-Star Football Game at Grimsley High School’s Jamieson Stadium.
Veteran skipper Brian Foster not only had the honor of serving as the East’s head coach for the contest, but he was also able to work with Firebird standouts Deon Lavender and Corey Schulz for the final time.

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Southern practices finalized
Southern practices finalized

STANHOPE -- Southern Nash High School will begin fall practices on the following dates:
• Football -- Aug. 1 at 8:30 a.m.
• Soccer -- Aug. 4 at 6 p.m.
• Volleyball -- Aug. 4 at 3 p.m.

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NCWC picked 7th in league

ROCKY MOUNT -- The USA South’s 2014 Football Media Day was held Monday at Maryville College in East Tennessee.
Each of the conference’s nine football coaches addressed the media and gave their thoughts on the upcoming season.
The USA South preseason poll was also unveiled at the beginning of the event, with the North Carolina Wesleyan College Battling Bishops earning a seventh-place billing.

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NASH CO. ALL-STAR ROSTERS

NASH COUNTY -- Listed are the rosters for this summer’s Nash County Parks and Recreation Department’s All-Star Baseball and Softball Teams:

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Southern volleyball sked released

STANHOPE -- Southern Nash High School’s 2014 varsity volleyball season will begin Aug. 19-20 at home with a non-league matchup against the SouthWest Edgecombe Lady Cougars from Pinetops.
The event will be part of the two-day Nash County Volleyball Tournament, which will also feature Nash Central and Tarboro. All matches will be held at the SNHS Gymnasium.

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MORE SWIM HIGHLIGHTS, 1
MORE SWIM HIGHLIGHTS, 1

A BIG DAY AT THE POOL. Among the competitors at last Thursday evening’s weather-shortened swim meet between Birchwood Country Club and host Nash Rec were (above) a Nash Rec swimmer.

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MORE SWIM HIGHLIGHTS, 2
MORE SWIM HIGHLIGHTS, 2

A BIG DAY AT THE POOL. Among the competitors at last Thursday evening’s weather-shortened swim meet between Birchwood Country Club and host Nash Rec were (above) a Nash Rec swimmer.

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LEAGUE SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS
LEAGUE SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS

Fastenal won the Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department’s Co-Rec Slow-Pitch Softball Championship with a 4-3, 12-inning victory over Southside Baptist. Pictured are (back, l to r) Blake Gosselin, Brandon Gallion, Mark Wooten, Sam Whitehead, Jon Lucas and Zach Boyette; (front, l to r) April Clark, Demi Barwick, Lauren Lucas, Danielle Kimmel and Lindsey Lewis.

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DISTRICT CHAMPIONS
DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

The Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department All-Stars recently took first place in the Little League 9-10 District 4 Baseball Tournament, which was held in Greenville. The club went on to compete in the Little League State Tournament in Morganton and posted a 2-2 overall record in the double-elimination format.

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DISTRICT SECOND PLACE
DISTRICT SECOND PLACE

The Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department All-Stars recently took the runner-up spot at the Little League 11-12 District 4 Baseball Tournament. The event was held in Elizabeth City. Due to the strong finish, the Rocky Mount team qualified for the Little League State Tournament in Greenville, where RM went 1-2 overall.

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STATE BABE RUTH CHAMPS
STATE BABE RUTH CHAMPS

The Nash County Babe Ruth 14-Under All-Star Baseball Team recently won the North Carolina Eastern Regional State Championship, which was held July 18-22 in Kinston. The club departed Tuesday to take part in the Southeast Regionals in Newton (near Hickory).

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NASH CO. SOCCER SKEDS

NASH COUNTY -- Here are the fall schedules for the boys soccer squads at Northern Nash, Nash Central and Southern Nash High Schools (all home matches listed in CAPS):

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Mudcats’ comeback falls short
Mudcats’ comeback falls short

WOODBRIDGE, VA. -- The Carolina Mudcats made a valiant comeback, but were foiled by Oscar Tejeda’s moon shot in the last of the 11th during a Class A Carolina League baseball showdown against the Potomac Nationals.
Tejada’s second home run of the night vaulted the Nationals to a 6-5 win on Sunday evening at Pfitzner Stadium.
The Mudcats (19-18, 48-57) lost their sixth straight as the Nationals (20-15, 58-46) swept the three-game series.

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A TRUE ALL-STAR
A TRUE ALL-STAR

ALWAYS A KNIGHT. Northern Nash’s Alexus Hill closed out the prep portion of her hoops career by taking part in the East-West All-Star Girls Basketball Game last Monday night at the Greensboro Coliseum. Hill will play this coming season at Gardner-Webb.

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GIMME FIVE
GIMME FIVE

Birchwood’s Jillian Hale receives encouragement from her mother, Joanna, during last Thursday evening’s Nash-Halifax Swim League matchup against Nash Rec.

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